dau
cmavo digit/number: hex digit A (decimal 10) [ten]. Experimental rafsi: duv


li ci pi'e pi'e dau ca detri
It's the third of October.


ei mi'o denpa ze'a lo djedi be li dau
We should wait for 10 days.


pa .i re .i ci .i vo .i mu .i xa .i ze .i bi .i so .i dau
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten.


bandu'a'u
fu'ivla x_{1} is the language with ISO 6393 code ''dau'' (Dar Sila Daju). See also bangu


baurgu'o'o
fu'ivla x_{1} is the language with ISO 6393 code ''goo'' (Gone Dau). See also bangu


jau i gai i fei i dau i so i bi i ze i xa i mu i vo i ci i re i pa i incipe
13. 12 .11. 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. Start!


duvma'i
lujvo x_{1} is October/tenth month of year x_{2} in calendar x_{3}. Note: Based on experimental rafsi for dau (duv). Use with caution. Alternative: pavnonma'i


skarxetmele


masndau


darlu


ju'au
experimental cmavo semimathematical binary operator: named number base operator/interpreter Follows a number and is followed by a sumti string (introduced with appropriate gadri, multiple sumti strung together via connectives); scope terminates with the end of the sumti and/or with ke'e'au. The construct as a whole syntactically functions as a parenthetical so that mekso may be resumed immediately thereafter without any difficulty. This word attaches to/affects the immediately preceding macrodigit string extending from the last evaluated number, number operation, etc. or bracket to/until this word. The preceding number is semantically interpreted according to the description to which the following sumti refers. If a sequence is supplied as the following sumti, the preceding number is interpreted so that each digit, starting from the left (default: see next), is understood as a multiple of the corresponding value in the sequence under the ordering given (which may produce an invalid/illformed result; the placement of pi matters as well). If a single number is submitted (such as "li dau"), this word acts as ju'u; the number is interpreted according to the rules of mekso and is its own island for such interpretation (thus ju'u is needed to override a cultural/grammatical default interpretation, such as decimal, even if this is done within the mekso expression outside of and including the scope of this word). In this way, the sumti being (10^n)_n, which is a sequence, is the same as the sumti being just 10, but is very different from it being the sequence (10)_n. The original default for numeralposition/string reading/interpretation is from lefttoright, where a digit on the left in a pair of digits represents that multiple of a "later" term in the sequence as compared to right member of the pair; thus "23" in decimal means (2*(10^1)) + (3*(10^0)), which is twentythree. This default may be overridden via specification of the sequence (either its ordering, its domain being negated, or alteration to the base); alternatively, and perhaps more easily, the appearance of "la'e zoi jbo. ri'u bi'o zu'a .jbo" will always reverse it (this is a special input value with interpretation defined by this grammar); when reversed, "23" in decimal means (2*(10^0)) + (3*(10^1)), which is to say thirtytwo. Generally, this word overrides the default interpretation of a string of microdigits when computing the value of a macrodigit (see: ju'u'i). See also: ju'u, ju'u'i, pi'e.
